hammer price

hammer price

n
(Commerce) the price offered as the winning bid in a public auction
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Lots which caught the bidders' eyes included a 1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom, hammer price PS1,750; an Ernie Ball Music Man Axis Super Sport making PS950 hammer price and a Martin 000-17 Acoustic Guitar making PS900.
The hammer price was some 44 times the figure it raised when it was last sold at auction in 1986, Sotheby's said.
Proceeds from the hammer price of that prop will be donated to the NSPCC.
A 'LIBERTY & Co' silver Cymric mantel clock exceeded all expectations, reaching a hammer price of more than ten times its estimate in a Birmingham auction.
If you pull out, you are likely to lose at least the 10 per cent deposit you pay on the hammer price and can be held liable for re-marketing costs and any difference in the eventual resale price.
An online bidder paid a hammer price of PS23,000 for the car after it was auctioned with an estimate of between PS22,000 and PS26,000.
Two emerald green jadeite carved bangles at Lot 160 and Lot 165 achieved a hammer price of $2,000 and $3,250, respectively.
Hammer price ( Including buyer's premium): e1/43,120 / ` 2,42,185 .
Just one of the tiny boxes smashed the world record on Tuesday for an unbelievable final hammer price.
The Jinky egg, one of 19 specially created by the master goldsmiths in 2005 and owned by Celtic fans David and Pauline McGinty, was sold for a hammer price of pounds 12,000.
The "hammer" price when the gavel hit for the final bid was $275,00 there is a buyers premium of 15% you add that to the hammer price for the final selling price.